• Ph.D., Duke University

Areas of Interest

  • An art historian and archaeologist of the Roman provinces, particularly Greece, by training.
  • Dr. Mazurek's research incorporates Second Sophistic literature and religious studies to the study of Greek identity.
  • Dr. Mazurek co-directs the Ostian Connectivity Project, a collaborative digital initiative to study social and migration histories of Rome's port in the imperial period.

Teaching Areas

  • classical archaeology
  • classical civilization
  • ancient sculpture
  • migration studies

Selected Publications

(edited with C. Concannon) Across the Corrupting Sea: Post-Braudelian Approaches to the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean (Routledge, 2016)

"Writing a Postmodern Art History of Classical Italy." Journal of Roman Archaeology 29, 605-12.

"Reconsidering the Role of Egyptianizing Material Culture in Roman Greece." Journal of Roman Archaeology 26, 503-12.


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